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The man accused of lunging at a security guard at a Greyhound Bus Station is recovering. Police say 53-year-old Robert O'brien slashed a woman's tires in front of the station at Martin and St. Mary's yesterday. A security guard came out to confront O'brien and that's when police say O'brien lunged at the guard while still holding a knife. The guard fired off seven shots - four of which hit O'brien in the chest and hand. O'Brien is at San Antonio Military Medical Center.
Man indicted on claim he set fiancee's home ablaze
May 22, 2013 20:05 GMT
DALLAS (AP) -- A grand jury has indicted a North Texas man who authorities say threatened his fiancee with a handgun and then set her home on fire during a police standoff.
The Dallas Morning News reports that (http://bit.ly/1a7eMqO ) 38-year-old William Chad Coleman was indicted Tuesday in Collin County and remains in jail on a variety of charges that include arson and aggravated assault with a deadly weapon.
Coleman's fiancee told police he threatened her with the gun March 18 during an argument. Police responded to the home and say they saw Coleman through a window with several weapons. They say he set a fire that destroyed the structure. Coleman is a former Dallas firefighter.
He's being held on a $275,000 bond. An attorney for Coleman was not immediately available for comment Wednesday.
Information from: The Dallas Morning News, http://www.dallasnews.com
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